The Department of Psychology offers graduate programs in clinical, industrial/organizational, and rehabilitation psychology. All graduate programs offer didactic, research, and applied experiences, following the Boulder Model of Scientist/Practitioner Psychology Training. An objective of this approach is to provide breadth and depth of training that will comprehensively prepare graduates to function effectively in post-doctoral training, industry, health care, and academia. The Department also offers a rigorous undergraduate program focused on human behavior, research and applied experiences.
The Department of Psychology accepts applications for Fall entrance only. Applications and supporting documents must be received by each program's deadline. Minimum requirements for admission include:
- Bachelor's degree with 18 hours of psychology course work in experimental psychology and statistics
- Minimum GPA 3.0
- Minimum GRE (verbal + quantitative) 308 (writing) 3.0 (not required for MS in Rehabilitation Counseling)
- Letters of recommendation (3)
- Professional statement
- Transcripts from all post-secondary institutions